Upward of 40,000 persons have attended lectures and symposia conducted during the last season by the Herzl Institute, according to a summary of the Institute’s activities, released today by Dr. Emanuel Neumann, president of the Herzl Foundation. The Institute is one of the three branches of the Foundation, the work of the latter embracing also the Herzl Press and publication of the quarterly, “Midstream. “
Among the Institute’s activities are lecture series, and classes in Hebrew language, literature, music and history. Seventy-five percent of the students attending those classes during the season, Dr. Neumann said, are now registered for vacation classes to be conducted during the summer.
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